Shania Twain has paid tribute to Celine Dion amid her recent health issues, hoping that Dion will be “singing for us all again.”Last year, the Canadian singer revealed that she was diagnosed with the neurological illness called stiff person syndrome, an extremely rare autoimmune neurological condition that affects one person in a million.
Unfortunately, this meant that Dion had postponed and later cancel her upcoming 2024 ‘Courage’ tour dates due to her “ongoing health issues.”While speaking to Billboard, Shania Twain shared a heartfelt message, wishing her friend and fellow singer well. “I hope to be able to connect with her at some point,” Shania told the publication. “I’m such a fan of Celine’s voice.
She’s a one-of-a-kind, extraordinary vocalist and entertainer.”“I think it’s gotta be so difficult, and I know – only speaking from my experience – how horrifying it is to think that something is preventing you from singing or interfering with that joy in your life.
So I just pray that she is able to overcome it and she will be up there on stage singing for us all again.”A post shared by Céline Dion (@celinedion)“Unfortunately, these spasms affect every aspect of my daily life,” Celine previously told her fans in a December Instagram video. “Sometimes causing difficulties when I walk and not allowing me to use my vocal cords to sing the way I’m used to.